Category: Arts/Culture/Entertainment

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Opera on your phone; CSO (lite), live and in person

We’ll have to wait until sometime this summer to get the video stream Lyric Opera’s promising of last weekend’s performance ...

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Carlo Lorenzo García creates a solo tribute in A Portrait of My Mother

Some people send flowers for Mother’s Day. But for onetime Chicago theatermaker Carlo Lorenzo García, his bouquet for his mom, ...

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Remembering Michael Martin

Michael Martin Joe Mazza When word spread last week that actor, director, and playwright Michael Martin had died unexpectedly on ...

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A transformative year

From the closings of venues to the cancellations of performances, COVID-19 and its variants have wreaked havoc on the lives ...

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Cards with humanity

“Which cereal mascot would be the best kisser?” It’s a question that either elicits a gut-reaction response (for me it’s ...

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Hubbard Street and 10,000 Dreams challenge stereotypes while centering AAPI choreographers

Act two: a flute trill hurries over a plodding bassoon, chased by string pizzicato, a merry sound that sounds “fun,” ...

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Black creatives never stopped creating

click to enlarge Last Supper by Onzie Norman, Love Letter by Andrew Hill-Fitzgerald, and Isolation by John Miles line a ...

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Chicago Inclusive Dance Festival offers a base of support for dance and life

“I don’t think there’s much difference between dance and everyday movement except for intent,” says dancer Robby Lee Williams. “Are ...

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Class is in session with The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop

“How do we define ‘professional?'” It was the warm-up question for a social justice workshop I am currently a part ...

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Heather Chrisler emerges from the COVID ‘tsunami’ as a triple threat

In March 2020, playwright Heather Chrisler was holding auditions for the world premiere of her first play: an adaptation of ...

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